HardWire Pedals RV-7 Stereo Reverb
HardWire Pedals RV-7 Stereo Reverb

RV-7 Stereo Reverb, Reverberación para Guitarra from HardWire Pedals.

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moosers 23/06/2009

HardWire Pedals RV-7 Stereo Reverb : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Digitech [Hardwire Series] RV-7 Stereo Reverb is a digital effects pedal that even though has the Digitech name, has teamed up with Lexicon to use their patented reverb tones.  The pedal has a 1/4 inch input for your guitar and has two 1/4 inch outputs and is powered by either a 9 volt battery or 9 volt power supply.  It isn't a rack mountable unit as it is a stomp box.


The make up of the Digitech RV-7 is quite easy to follow as it has pretty simple parameters.  The pedal has knobs for level, liveliness (which is like a tone knob), decay, and one to choose the mode.  You can choose between seven different reverb modes including modulated, reverse, gated, plate, room, spring, and hall.  This is really more than you could have asked for as it gives you all sorts of reverb tones that range all across the board.  I don't have the manual for the Digitech RV-7 but it is easy enough to use on its own that you don't need it if you don't already have one.


The sound quality heard from the Digitech RV-7 is surprisingly really good for a pedal that has the Digitech stamp, which probably has to do with the fact that it is part of their Hardwire series and they borrow the classic Lexicon reverb tone.  I'm a fan of pretty much all of the modes on this pedal, with the reverse and the modulated being my favorite as they are the most creative, but the others are just as good in terms of sound quality.  The three parameters are well placed as they definitely help to get a wide array of different reverb sounds within each of the modes.  This is probably the best reverb pedal made by Digitech.


I haven't been using the Digitech RV-7 all that long because it is a fairly new pedal, but in the time that I've been able to use it I've been pretty impressed.  The price isn't all that expensive and is actually the same price as the Boss RV-5 reverb pedal which is quite similar in make up.  I probably like the Boss version better because I've used it for longer and have gotten used to it, but the Digitech RV-7 comes pretty close.  If you are in the market for a versatile reverb pedal, I would recommend checking out the Digitech RV-7 as well as the Boss RV-5 and some of the reverb pedals of this type that are available on the market today.